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THE BRANDING BOOK FOR BUSINESS OWNERS WITH NO BRANDING EXPERIENCE

The ultimate guide to building a brand that sets your business apart from competitors and builds brand love with your customers. 

Learn how to build your brand across 17 key elements of your business that are not just your logo so you can build a brand and a business that thrives. 


  • Written for business owners who want to build a powerful brand but have no branding experience
  • Gives you the tools you need to build a powerful brand across everything you do
  • An easy to follow guide that lays out all 17 parts of your business that will build your brand
  • Learn how Fortune 500 companies build brands
  • Your price only $19.99

“I highly recommend Branding Beyond Logos for anyone who is starting a business or wants to improve an existing business. It covers all the details needed to end up with a cohesive, solid brand for your product or service. From colors, fonts, name choice, just to name a few. Branding Beyond Logos is now my go to reference on branding.”  

Chris Howard

“This is a great guide to building a business that separates a business from the crowd. I now have practical tools to help me build a brand that stands out from the crowd and connects with my customers." 

Sarah Clarke


“Ainsley Moir broke down the intricate and often times overwhelming task of brand-building into 17 distinct components.  

Then those components were broken down into more detailed subcomponents. My personal favorites are the Massive Transformative Purpose and the frequently overlooked principle: "Take Control of Potential Complaints".  

I particularly appreciate the Brand-building Touchpoints, which serves as a useful checklist for each chapter.  

I see myself regularly referring to this book for guidance as I help my clients develop marketing campaigns around their brands."  

Alvin Gale Tran

“Branding Beyond Logos tackles the enormity of branding quite thoroughly. Definitely a solid read for anyone confused at all the aspects that branding and brand development affects." 

David Yarde